A Chance for Charity (The Immortal Ones, Book 1) by S. L. Baum

By S. L. Baum

For those who stay lengthy enough... love (and threat) will locate you.

Seventeen-year-old Charity on a regular basis alterations her city and her identify, with hopes to start a brand new existence. yet it's most unlikely to fly below the radar in tiny Telluride, Colorado. whilst fellow newcomer hyperlink enters her existence, her plan to begin over with a fresh slate unravels. Charity quickly realizes so you might by no means really depart your prior at the back of, whereas hyperlink discovers that mortals aren't the single beings to stroll this earth.

The Immortal Ones - Winner of the 2012 Paranormal Romance Guild Reviewer's selection Award for most sensible YA sequence.

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Adam Seligman, in The Idea o f Civil Society, argues that civil society might have existed in the historical past, but has since become a fragile construction; the conditions that sustained it have radically changed in today’s world. His prerequisites are the primacy of the individual, rights-bearing and autonomous, and a shared public space in which agreed rules and norms - morality - are sustained and followed (harking back to Cicero). Those norms must be universal for civil society to have meaning - nationalism, excessive individualism or ethnicity kills it.

Civil Society as Idea: An Analytical Hatstand? 23 of democracy (Oxhorn, 1995). The policy outcome for some international donor agencies has subsequently been a quest for the foundations, the pre-requisites of civil society. Donors have thus trained their analytical sights on the ingredients that are most mutable. Can one create a system of rights? What about a culture of association? As we shall see in the next chapter, the potential for successful intervention on such an enormous field becomes small - or, at best, very long term.

By the late twentieth century, civil society had thus been constructed in contrast to the State, the law, nature, morality, capitalism and socialism. Today, these debates, elaborated by the authors in coming sections, have been thrown together in a bit of a conceptual grab-bag, and have come out with surprising moral connotations. There are various real reasons for the resurgence of interest in civil society, as the following pages will argue. * As we continue the search for theoretical explanations and practical solutions to these problems, we reach for civil society in a utopian manner, using ‘civil society’ as code for values and institutions we think may present an answer - our analytical hatstand.

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